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Planet of the Dead Soundtrack

The sound track for Planet of the Dead is being recorded by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales in their new home at BBC Hoddinott Hall, which is part of the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay.

With broadcast expected in the next four weeks, the recording of the soundtrack is one of the final elements to be added to any TV drama production.

BBC National Orchestra of Wales director David Murray said: “We are thrilled that the orchestra records the soundtrack for this special programme and is associated with the BBC Wales series.

“It is also particularly exciting to be recording a soundtrack in our new home for the first time since our move here in January, with the excellent recording and performing facilities that BBC Hoddinott Hall offers to the orchestra.”

It’s all coming together isn’t it…!


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